2018 GRAND PRIX FINAL POINTS 

2017 Champions

William Gibson 10, Emily Groves 13, Ryan Delaney 27, Meg Guy 36, Christy Groves 43, Dan Smithhisler 60, JC Kelley 71, Blake Gallimore 41, Marie Palko 54, Lynda de Paulis 70, Terry Quillen 54, Stephen Khleif 81, and Patricia Cole 64.


1996 Male Masters

Ken, Bob, Monte, Guy and others

2015-2016 Running Tour Champions

Sergio Bianchini 75, Amelia Wallace 73

Guy Giles 64, Patricia Cole 63

Dan Smithhisler 59, Marie Palko 54

​David Zucker 42, Christy Groves 43 

Andrew Wisniewski 33, Meg Guy​ 35

Donovan Davis 18, Emily Groves 12

Grand Prix Champions 2018

​Brandon Corlew 36, Connor White 17, Marie Palko 55, Vickie Spickard 60, Lynda de Paulis 71, Keilee Campbell 12, Stephen Khleif 82, Wendy Williams 85, Lisa Hazlett 40, Tami Workman 36, JC Kelley 72, Blake Gallimore 42, TonyDee Davis 54, and Dan Smithhisler 61. 


2015 Champions

​Gary Anderson, Amelia Wallace, Abby Blankenship, Donovan Davis, Dan Smithhisler, Marie Palko, Andrew Wisniewski, Meg Guy, David Zucker, Sue Barlow, Patricia Cole, Guy Giles.

2014 Champions

2013-2014 Men: Donovan Davis, Fred Hatler, David Zucker, Lance Winders, Guy Giles, Gary Anderson

2013-2014 Women: Elva Magana, Robyn Winkler, Lisa Zacarelli, Marie Palko, Lynda de Paulis, Amelia Wallace 

GRAND PRIX AWARDS BANQUET
Championship awards (including volunteer awards) will be presented at a special Awards Banquet at 6:30 PM CST on February 23, 2018, following Two Lakes Run. A discount package (one night lodging, banquet meal, and Sunday breakfast) is offered at Montgomery Bell State Park. Call the Inn at 615-797-3101 for reservations. Ask for the Running Tour packet. Everyone with 10 or more races will get an additional award.


Qualifications for the Grand Prix Championship­
To become eligible for Championship Awards, a runner must complete at least 5 races with points being added from a maximum of 10 races. Champions must be present at the Tour Banquet to receive their award. The age of the runner at the first participated race determines the Grand Prix Division for the whole season. Top 25 finishers in each division are given points in descending order (30-28-26-24-22-20-19-18-17, etc). Grand Prix Divisions are Male and Female: Youth (age 0-19), Open (age 20-39), Masters (age 40-49), Grand Masters (age 50-59), Senior Grand Masters (age 60-69) Veterans (age 70-79) and Over Eighty (80+).